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Notes 1/26/07 More stats on women: o It’s thought that there is a close relationship with the number of drinks a woman has and the number of close significant others who are frequent drinkers. o If a woman reports that her partner drinks often, she is more likely to have alcohol problems. o In approximately 63% of battery cases, wives report that their husbands are sometimes, usually, or always drinking before they get violent o Men who are problem drinkers are twice as likely to assault their wives. o Women who experience the highest level of alcohol abuse, is the percentage of the population who is more likely to have a premature birth, miscarriage, still birth, fertility problems, and/or birth defects. Adolescents o Report higher rates of alcoholism than adults. o Report more problems. o Whether or not your parents knew about your first drink is an indicator if you are going to have alcohol problems in college. If your parents introduced you to alcohol, you are less likely to have problems in college. They take away from the “taboo” of drinking. o
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2008 for the course SOC 396 taught by Professor Reid during the Spring '08 term at Clemson.

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